Dangerous World – for Creative For A Second

Dangerous World – a drawing for Creative for a Second project


Part of Journal #4

Dangerous World

Drawn in ink with watercolour and bubble wrap. The page is 14.5cm x 13cm

I needed to add some padded and stiffener protection so other people’s work in the journal didn’t get damaged by the spindle on my spinning drawing (blog of that following shortly).  So I thought I may as well make it into a piece of art.

Creative For A Second

This is part of the 2nd project from Creative for a Second where 6 travelling art journals are making their way around the world and people with ME are adding their creative works to the pages.

Entitled “Creative for a Second or Two” the aim is for work from the journals to be exhibited to co-incide with ME/CFS Awareness Day May 12th 2011

Partipicants come from all over the world including Australia, USA and Europe.  All have ME/CFS and contributions can be drawn, painted, stitched, written, photographed or just about anything else you can create to sit in the pages of a journal.

The Facebook group is where people are posting up pictures and videos are their work in the journals and new friendships are emerging from this great collaborative project.

www.creativeforasecond.com is the official site but there’s not much info on this 2nd project on there at the moment.

Posted in Art, Artist, Doodle, Drawing, Experiment
One comment on “Dangerous World – for Creative For A Second
  1. adam says:

    You are so inventive! Nice work, Rachel.

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Rachel Groves, Artist
Lichfield, Staffordshire, UK



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